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Identification and Diagnostic Programs

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Plant Diagnostic Clinic

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Resistance Testing Program

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Weed Identification Services


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Dynamic decision tools to help you make informed management choices.

Variety Selection Tool

Variety Selection Tool

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N Application Calculator

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Spring Wheat Yield Calculator

Post Harvest Nitrogen Calculator

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Wheat and Barley Production in Washington

For decades Washington has been known throughout the world as the home of high quality soft white and club wheat production. Washington farmers also raise superb hard red winter, hard white, hard red spring wheat, and barley.

In 2015 there were 2.2 million acres of wheat harvested in the state of Washington, yielding more than 111 million bushels, and barley was harvested on 100 thousand acres for a total production of 4.8 million bushels.

Winter Wheat

Spring Wheat

Soft White

86%

65%

Hard White

<1%

1%

Hard Red

14%

34%

Total 1.64 million acres (85.3 million bushels) 605 thousand acres (23.2 million bushels)

 

This data was provided by the United States Department of Agriculture National Agriculture Statistics Service.

Upcoming Events

  1. 2016 Weed Science Field Tour

    June 8 @ 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  2. Lind Field Day

    June 16 @ 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
  3. Crop Diagnostic Clinic

    June 17 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
  4. Wheat College

    June 29 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

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